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Month: October 2021

The G-20 reaches a timid agreement to limit global warming

India and China undertake the commitment to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, although without a clear time referenceThe leaders' meeting ends with concrete agreements on international taxation and global vaccination Rarely does a summit of world leaders of the G-20 end with concrete commitments, easy to transfer to society. On this occasion, however, the Rome summit has resulted in commitments translated into at least three figures: 15% of global minimum tax for multinationals; 70% of the vaccinated population in the world in mid-2022 and, as a last-minute surprise, 1.5 degree maximum increase in the planet's temperature in the medium term. ...

The car already sees symptoms of a structural crisis due to the lack of chips

The fear that the semiconductor crisis will become a structural problem for the automotive sector is increasing as the months go by. The shortage of these components has wiped out a third of vehicle production in September. In the accumulated until then, manufacturing sinks by 25.1% if compared to 2019, the year before the outbreak of the pandemic ... Compared to last year, it barely increased by 3.6%, according to the calculations that manages the employers' association of manufacturers, Anfac.The sector employs close to two million workers, a figure that includes direct jobs in the 17 plants operating in Spain and the entire auxiliary industry, with more than a thousand component ...

Agreement in the G-20 to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees

The G20 countries reached an agreement this Sunday to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, as confirmed to EL PERIÓDICO, a newspaper that belongs to this group, Prensa Ibérica, official sources of the delegations gathered at the Rome summit. This objective was one of the most difficult to achieve due to the initial reluctance of India and China, two countries that - along with the United States and the EU - are responsible for most of the production of polluting emissions in the world. In this context, the same sources also added that an agreement has been reached to allocate 100,000 million euros to developing coun...

Mysterious Taliban “Supreme Leader” Makes First Public Appearance Since 2016

Updated Sunday, October 31, 2021 - 09:23He appeared before a large congregation at the famous Darul Uloom Hakimah Madrasa and spoke for 10 minutesHibatullah AkhundzadaREUTERSAfghanistan A missing leader, another on the run and a government in office: what happens to the Talibn? Withdrawal The US races out of Afghanistan after 20 years and the Taliban declare their "independence" Some presumed him dead, others said he was in hiding in Pakistan or living underground in Kandahar: the mysterious Taliban Supreme Leader, Mul Hibatullah Akhundzada, appeared in public for the first time since his appointment in 2016, the Afghan government announced today. Sunday. "The Commander of the Believers, Sheikh Hibatullah Akhundzada, appeared before a large congregation at the famous Darul Uloom Haki...

Australia will allow entry without quarantine to travelers from New Zealand

MADRID, 31 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) - Australian authorities will allow New Zealand travelers to enter the country from Monday, Australian Tourism Minister Dan Tehan announced on Sunday. In addition, Australian citizens residing in the states of New South Wales, Victoria and the capital, Canberra, who are vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to travel internationally from the same day without having to quarantine upon their return. "The resumption of the trip without quarantine from New Zealand to Australia is another important marker on our road to recovery," defended Tehan, according to the newspaper 'The West Australian'. The minister has assured that he hopes that the decision will be accompanied by an increase in tourism. "It will encourage more Australian...

What is your ideal salary? This is the figure you must say in the job interview

The world of Job interviews every day is more current. As there is increasingly direct competition between all of us, it is essential that we know how to deal with this type of procedure when we are looking for a job. As with other common questions such as what are our weaknesses or why did you leave your last job, in those related to salary it is also necessary to have a right answer so that the professionals in charge of the selection process have the best impression of our profile.Although it may seem somewhat complicated at first, it is necessary that we inform ourselves in advance of the average salary that is usually offered in the labor sector in which we are moving. Along w...

US Intelligence recognizes that it is unable to find the origin of Covid with current data

Updated Saturday, October 30, 2021 - 20:13American intelligence is divided between two hypotheses: that the virus passed from an animal to a human or that it was the product of an accident in a laboratoryUnited States President Joe Biden.ANDREAS SOLAROAFPStudies US intelligence agencies analyze genetic data from the Wuhan laboratory where the origin of the coronavirus is being investigated In deep The Wuhan Laboratory, Ground Zero of Suspicions The US intelligence He admits that he is unable to find out the origins of Covid-19 with the data currently available, according to an official report declassified this Saturday.The Office of the Director of National Intelligence of the USA has published this document in full, the main points of which were already unveiled last August. One of th...

Bolivia wants to add Peru to the revolutionary alliance

Updated Saturday, October 30, 2021 - 18:58The first binational summit of the leftist Peruvian president begins since the accession to power three months ago Pedro Castillo (i), and Luis Arce, today, in La Paz.EFELatin America Peru postpones the motion of confidence to fire the deceased deputy "Being in Bolivia is the same as being in Chota, the cradle that saw me born, the land where I come from," cried Pedro Castillo after landing yesterday in Alto La Paz. Thus began, with a song to the great country, the first binational summit since the leftist teacher came to power three months ago, who sees in the indigenous revolution of Evo Morales a mirror in which to look at himself. Both governments plan to seal a hundred bilateral commitments, including rapprochement on issues as thorny as t...

Sudan rises up against military coup in huge protest

Updated Saturday, October 30, 2021 - 18:24The day has resulted in three deaths and more than a hundred injured, despite international pressure to prevent violenceDemonstration today in Khartoum.Marwan AliAPQuestions with Answers Has the coup in Sudan succeeded? Hundreds of thousands of people marched through the streets of Khartoum today to protest against the coup perpetrated on the 25th by the Sudanese military leader, Abdelfatah al Burhan, in a day that has resulted in three deaths and more than a hundred injured, despite international pressure to prevent violence.A leader of the central committee of the opposition Force for Freedom and Change, Haider al-Taghi, told Efe that the call has been "a complete success and hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets to express their...

Regional Land Price Rises $ 55k As First-Time Homeowner Grant Slashes

Land prices have skyrocketed in the Victoria region, including $ 95,500 in Geelong, while the state government has cut a $ 10,000 increase for first-time home buyers outside of Melbourne.First-time home buyers in the Victorian region have taken a double hit, with land prices rising $ 55,000 in one year and the government cutting a $ 10,000 grant.A CoreLogic Housing Industry Association report released this week shows that in the last financial year the cost of a patch of land increased by $ 96,550 in Geelong, $ 76,000 in Shepparton, $ 64,500 in Ballarat and more than $ 37,000 in Bendigo, as the largest. The median price of land in Victoria rose to $ 250,000.But despite the demand from investors and home sellers in Melbourne fueling growth, on July 1 the state government quietly rescind...